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[audio]The Imitation Game -- Groks Science Show 2014-11-19 - Samantha Thomas
Alan Turing was one of the most influential mathematicians in the development of computer science and artificial intelligence. On the show today we’re talking with Dr. Barry Cooper Professor of Mathematical Logic at the University of Leeds, and co-editor of the recently released book Alan Turing: His Work and Impact. He’ll talk about how Turing’s original work developed into modern computer science and how he contributed to the code-breaking efforts that helped shorten World War II...
Keywords: Alan Turing; computers; mathematics; artificial intelligence; World War II; Barry Cooper
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[audio]Life at Bletchley Park -- Groks Science Show 2012-11-07 - Forrest Gulden, Joanna Rowell, Charles Lee
Bletchley Park was the center of codebreaking in the United Kingdom during World War II. It was also a place for young men and women to meet, sing, dance, act, and socialize. Sinclair McKay joins us to discuss his book, The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The History of the Wartime Codebreaking Centre by the Men and Women Who Were There.
Keywords: Bletchley Park; Sinclair McKay; Groks; Science; Enigma; Codebreaking; Social history; World War II
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